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What is Vit-A deficiency?
A - retinoic acid

Poor night vision
Hypoparathyroidism
What is B1 deficiency?
B1 - Thiamin

Beriberi
Wernecke's Encepahlopathy
Wernecke-Korsakoff Syndrome
What is B2 deficiency?
B2 - riboflavin

Angular cheilosis
What is B3 deficiency?
B3 - Niacin

4 D's of Pellagra

Diarrhea
Dermatitis
Dementia
Death
What is B4 deficiency?
B4 - Lipoic Acid

No deficiency state
What is B5 deficiency?
B5 - panthothenic acid

No deficiency state
What is B6 deficiency?
B6 - Pyridoxine

Neuropathy
What is B9 deficiency?
B9 - folate

Megaloblastic anemia
Hypersegmented neutrophils
Neural tube defects
What is B12 deficiency?
B12 - cyanocobalamin

Megaloblastic anemia
Hypersegmented neutrophils
Neural tube defects
Vitamin D Deficiency
Rickets (Children)
Osteomalacia (adults)
What is C deficiency?
C - ascorbic acid

Scurvy
Vitamin E deficiency
Increased free radical damage
Biotin deficiency
Loss of carboxylase function
Vitamin K deficiency
Loss of gamma-carboxylation

bleeding
Calcium deficiency
Poor bone and teeth development
MAgnesium deficiency
Loss of kinase function
Hypoparathyroidism
Zinc deficiency
Dysgeusia
Anosmia
Poor wound healing
Copper deficiency
Minky kinky hair syndrome
Iron deficiency
Anemia
Chromium deficiency
Diabetes
Selenium deficiency
Dilated cardiomyopathy
TIn deficiency
Poor hair growth
Molybdenum deficiency
Lose xanthine oxidase function
Manganese deficiency
Lose xanthine oxidase function
Flouride deficiency
Poor teeth and bone growth
Poisons of complex I of the ETC
Amytal, ROtenone
Poisons of complex II of the ETC
Malonate
Poisons of complex III of the ETC
Antimycin
Poisons of complex IV of the ETC
CN, CO, Chloramphenicol
Poisons of complex V of the ETC
Oligomycin
Chemical uncouples of the ETC
DNP
Free Fatty Acids